Pathway 2 Success Inc. is a non for profit organization founded in September of 2009 by Justin L. Smith and Christopher A. Jackson.
Our mission is to provide assistance and support to disadvantaged youths, veterans, ex-offenders, abused children and women, and those with disabilities. We intend to do this through affordable housing, economic, social, peer to peer, community, and mentorship programs thus improving their lives, their future, and the communities they live in.
Pathway 2 Success Inc. is committed to providing affordable housing, supervision, mentorship, rehabilitation, and guidance to disadvantaged youth, veterans, ex-offenders, abused children and women, and those with disabilities within the communities we serve. With the assistance of sponsors and strategic partnerships, Pathway 2 Success will provide programs that will focus on social, economic, peer to peer, and leadership development. The demographic population in which we aim to impact has a median income of $24,000 and is comprised mostly of single parent households.
Pathway 2 Success, in conjunction with community resources and partners, will utilize real estate assets to provide housing for veterans, ex-offenders, abused children and women, and those with disabilities. This will allow for sustainable programs that address the critical needs of our veterans, disadvantaged youth, abused children and women, and ex-offenders. The goal is to build community leaders, who will serve as positive role models to their peers and develop leadership skills that will serve them in leading successful lives. By graduating, developing leadership skills, becoming positive role models among their peers, resisting negative peer pressure, setting and achieving personal, educational, and vocational goals, youth and ex-offenders will indeed enhance the communities they live in. Further, with the addition of financial, social, and rehabilitative services, disavantaged youth, abused children and women, veterans and ex-offenders receive the added skills needed to prosper and become model citizens in their communities.